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Medieval Warhammer Of Destruction

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[06 BK627]

Only $44.99
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An exact replica of the war hammer used as a dominant weapon for piercing armor in the 15th century. The solid stainless steel axe head offers piercing point and unique detailed engravings. The hardwood handle is accented with cast metal plated and carbon steel tip. Stretches 27" overall.

 

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     Reviewed by John Kevin Roberts on Nov 18, 2014

This war hammer is solid! No issues with mine, and as a matter of fact it seems very well made, especially at this price. Maybe the manufacturer has improved quality control, maybe people are just more likely to review an item when there are problems. Whatever the reasons, I can highly recommend this, 5 stars! As usual, price and service at trueswords is best, bar none. I've made a dozen purchases here over the last couple of years and always come back. Whenever I've had a question I always get an immediate response.



     Reviewed by Devin MacPherson on Nov 18, 2011

Definitely a good buy. The one complaint i have is that its butt cap is really loose



     Reviewed by Meg Morse on Aug 05, 2011

boght this for a friend birthday and was amzingly impressed. despite it not being brand name and some minor issues it fixed up amazingly nicely.<br />the key problems were:<br />the head was a little loose( but on closer inspection it is in fact held in place into the wood by a metal pin, so loosenes is merely an annoyance)<br />the "support strips" that run down the sides for strength were a little loose also<br />the but cap was loose and wobbled<br />the wood handle was poorly sanded and uncomfortable in the hand due to the fact that its SQUARE.<br />BUT ALAS!<br />i fixed each and every one of these problems easily, all that i did was used loads of superglue on the head to stop it from noticeably moving, same with the support strips and the butcap.<br />now the handle was a little tricky to figure out, what i ended up doing was i sanded it with a 500 sandpaper for a while untill it was nice and smooth and felt good in the hand, then i heavily oiled the whole thing, wood and all, wiped the oil off and there it was, a beutiful, deadly weapon that my friend now calls "the can opener" , due to what it would do to armor.



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